War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

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  • Lynn F.

    It was really an epic read but we all finished. Lots to talk about. Tolstoy liked by all. Want to read more.

    September 7

  • Jessica W.

    Hi all, I just wanted to say "hi" and sorry that I am once again not going to be able to make it to a meeting (I do miss you all BTW). But, I have an excellent reason why: I'll be vending at the Norwalk Oyster Festival! If anyone decides to come down after discussing Tolstoy's epic masterpiece, you can find me in the crafts section. Enjoy the book!

    August 31

  • Jen

    This will be my first Meetup with this group and my first time reading War and Peace...looking forward to both!

    1 · July 22

    • Jen

      Actually, I am going out of town on a last minute trip that falls over that weekend, so I won't be able to attend! Which is a shame because I"m actually loving W&P (to my surprise). Have fun and I'm sorry I can't make it!

      August 28

    • Lydia

      Thanks for letting us know, Jen. Hopefully next time? I agree that the book reads great (length aside). I'm also enjoying it much more than anticipated. Have a good trip.

      August 28

  • Rachid O.

    Why do you think Tolstoy talked at length about the history of the Free-Masons in his War and Peace?

    August 27

    • Lynn F.

      Groups like the Free Masons were prevalent during that time period in Russia and also it was a part of the character of Pierre and his attitude toward war, ie, was the beginning of his conversion.

      August 28

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